Exploring Data with Tables and Graphs Lecture (Elementary Statistics Module)
This lecture provides tools that enable us to gain insight into data by organizing, summarizing, and representing them in ways that enable us to see important characteristics of the data.
Agenda of Introduction to Statistics Lecture is as following:
1. Frequency Distributions for Organizing and Summarizing Data
- Develop an ability to summarize data in the format of a frequency distribution and a relative frequency distribution.
- For a frequency distribution, identify values of class width, class midpoint, class limits, and class boundaries.
- Develop the ability to picture the distribution of data in the format of a histogram or relative frequency histogram.
- Examine a histogram and identify common distributions, including a uniform distribution and a normal distribution.
3. Graphs That Enlighten and Graphs That Deceive
- Develop an ability to graph data using a dotplot, stemplot, time-series graph, Pareto chart, pie chart, and frequency polygon.
- Determine when a graph is deceptive through the use of a nonzero axis or a pictograph that uses an object of area or volume for one-dimensional data.
4. Scatterplots, Correlation and Regression
- Develop an ability to construct a scatterplot of paired data.
- Analyze a scatterplot to determine whether there appears to be a correlation between two variables.
By purchasing this teaching resources, you will get:
Exploring Data with Tables and Graphs lecture Power Point Presentation
File with the activities for all parts of the lecture agenda. Those activities might be used within seminar or lecture on Exploring Data with Tables and Graphs.
Test bank to Exploring Data with Tables and Graphs with all answers to them in order to assess your students. (Overall there are 3 Variants of tests with different questions and all answers to them)
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